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Dog Bite Safety and the Next Steps

by Carter Mario | July 6th, 2015

I Was Bitten By A Dog, Now What? A dog attack can be a terrifying experience, especially if that attack results in a bite. The best defense is always prevention. But what do you do once you’ve been bitten? By following a few important dog bite safety tips, you can reduce your risk of infection […]

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4th of July Firework Safety Tips

by Carter Mario | July 1st, 2015

Summer is a great time for family events and playing outside, and when the Fourth of July comes around, it’s a great time for fireworks as well. They can be a lot of fun, but it’s important to remember they can also be very dangerous, particularly if there are any small children nearby. There’s nothing wrong […]

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Semi-Truck Safety Tips

by Carter Mario | June 29th, 2015

Your summer would not complete without a road trip of some kind. Nearly two-thirds of all Americans take some trip by automobile during the summer months, according to AAA. While you may be driving somewhere for a vacation, many truck drivers are driving to earn a living. Here are some Semi-Truck safety tips to help […]

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Pool Safety Tips

by Carter Mario | June 24th, 2015

When the heat wave comes blitzing through town in the summer, there is hardly a better way to beat the heat than jumping in the pool. Something about that cool water leaves you feeling refreshed and satisfied. However, being around a pool can be dangerous, especially if you have young children with you. We have […]

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Camping and Hiking Safety

by Carter Mario | June 22nd, 2015

Summer is officially here and that means that camping and hiking season is in full swing. While pitching a tent and sleeping under the stars are fun activities, there are many safety precautions that need to be in place when you are out enjoying these activities. So whether you are out roasting marshmallows or weaving […]

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Boating Safety in Connecticut

by Carter Mario | June 17th, 2015

Boating safety begins even before you get near the water. Good planning and preparation can ensure a safe trip, filled with fun activities and companionship with family and friends. As the boat owner, you have the responsibility to do all that you can to protect the passengers on your craft, as well as other people […]

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Top 5 Safest US Vacation Spots versus the Top 5 Most Dangerous

by Carla Williams | June 15th, 2015

With their lazy rivers and gorgeous autumn colors, Nutmeggers know they have it good. Now here’s another reason for Connecticut residents to rejoice: 4 of America’s top 5 destinations for safe vacations are within driving distance! Of course, fans of family vacations know that safe spots are only safe if you arrive in one piece. […]

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Fishing Safety

by Andrew Bottinick | June 10th, 2015

Any seasoned fisherman who loves the sport is well aware of the benefits of this age old sport: relaxation, fresh air, the challenge, and of course delicious, nutritious fish. They are also aware of the potential dangers that are always present. As in any activity, there is always a level of danger; injury is just […]

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Connecticut Pool Regulations

by Carter Mario | June 8th, 2015

Whether a private or public swimming pool, state regulations are explicit with respect to building codes and minimum safety requirements in order to prevent personal injury to persons participating in the enjoyment of a pool. Helpful Introduction to Connecticut Pool Regulations State regulations set forth are intended to ensure the safety of all persons enjoying […]

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How to Check For Auto Recalls

by Carter Mario | June 3rd, 2015

The past year and a half have not been kind to automakers. In 2014, 52 million vehicles were recalled, obliterating the record of 30.8 million set in 2004. With the recent expansion of the Takata airbag recall to over 34 million vehicles, it is especially important now to check on your vehicle to make sure […]

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